The Friendly Molly

I am so excited to introduce to you, The Friendly Molly Crochet doll! At just over 9 inches, the Friendly Molly is the perfect size for little hands to cuddle. The body and head is made in one piece and I share some tips to minimize that dreaded "head wobble." Perfectly sweet with darling little pigtails and her little overalls, Molly would be a darling present for any little girl! I designed her with young ones in mind, so everything is attached, the hair is crocheted so it won't unravel, and extra cute for lots of play and snuggles.

The Friendly Molly Crochet a Long will begin on August 19. The pattern and my tips and tricks for making a crochet doll will be released during the course of one week.

Free Crochet Doll Pattern- The Friendly Grace

This free crochet doll pattern has been an absolute joy to make! Perfect for the little one that dreams of being a ballerina. If you follow my Free Crochet Doll Tutorials you can personalize this pattern to fit your own little ballerina. This little doll is about 15 inches tall and 3 inches wide. A great size for cuddling! You can make the doll with the dress attached or separate. The blue dress is not attahed and the pink is the attached version.

The Friendly Crochet Elephant-Part 3

Our Friendly Crochet Elephant pattern is coming to an end... But this crochet a long has been an amazing experience for me as a designer! It has been humbling and AMAZING to see such talented people bring such character and charm to this pattern. Thank you so much for all your shares!

If you are looking for a new pattern (finish one, start another, right?!), I have a whole list of my free patterns here. And please stay tuned! I have been working on some projects that I am really excited about!

The Friendly Crochet Elephant- Part 2

 Welcome to Part Two! It has been so fun to see all those legs and bodies being crocheted... This week, let's top it with a head shall we? This week our crochet elephant is getting a trunk, head and ears! Make sure you have some embroidery thread handy to make some cute eyelashes or brows. I love the character it adds to the face. If you want more tips about that read this post!

The Friendly Crochet Elephant-Part 1

I am so excited to get started on this little crochet elephant! This is my first time hosting a crochet a long, and I am so excited to work on it with all of you! It should be a lot of fun and perfect for those wanting to learn a little more about amigurumi! If you haven't yet, make sure you join The Friendly Crochet Club on Facebook and sign up for The Friendly Newsletter! Then you will be kept in the loop and know right when the next part is posted (along with some extras!) To get all the materials and information be sure to check out this post before you get started.

The Friendly Elephant Crochet A Long

This free elephant crochet pattern has been a long work in progress. I think I redid every single part and frogged the trunk about 8 times..I wanted to get it JUST RIGHT. I will be offering two ways to dress yours up but I actually think I like the plain version the best! Either way they are fun to make and such a fun size! The Friendly Elephant is about 10.5 inches tall and the body is 5 inches wide.

The Friendly Superhero-A Free Crochet Pattern

The free pattern for The Friendly Superhero has long been in the works. I am a mom to two boys and have been wanting to make something that they would love, especially my 4 year old. I don't know if most little boys go through this, but he has things that are his "favorite" and cycles through them. Cars were his favorite, then cowboys, then dinosaurs... Now the big thing is superheros. Even blowing bubbles is his "superpower." He flys around our home and beats up the bad guys (and my couch in the process). This was so much fun to make because he picked the colors (green and blue-classic!!) and I made it with the same hair color as him. The blue and red hero has curly blonde hair like my little toddler. Then because I can't help it, I had to make a girl version. Because strong female characters have my heart forever.
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